Agriculture

2/6/2021: HUB events yesterday, tech sovereignty, AI and blockchain, EU processor, German hydrogen projects, geothermal energy, CAP’s impact, consultation on ecodesign, and ICC City Lab

In today’s Morning Brief: Deep Tech and Forestry events yesterday | Tech sovereignty as a priority of the K4I’s innovation manifesto | Report: EU must boost AI and blockchain funding to avoid market failures | EU processor project designs European-grown test chip | Germany to invest €8 bn in large-scale hydrogen projects | Planned revision of EU renewables law opens door to geothermal | Evaluation of CAP’s impact on climate change and greenhouse gas emissions | Commission seeks public opinion on ecodesign and energy efficiency for mobile phones and tablets | 3rd ICC City Lab open sessions

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05/05/2021: Renewable energy, GMOs, leaked draft on renewables and industry green transition, Digital Europe, Datathon, and a new Quantum Computing HUB

In today’s Morning Brief: EC platform for renewable energy statistics transfer | EC study on gene editing in agriculture | EU’s draft renewables law confirms 38-40% target for 2030 | EC draft measures for a rapid green transition of industries | Parliament votes €7.5B Digital Europe programme | EU Datathon 2021 | ETH Zurich founds Quantum Computing Hub

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26/04/2021: EIT NCPs, AI in education, pact for R&I, New European Bauhaus, CAPs simplified, Climate change board, and space & quantum research ban

In today’s Morning Brief: EIT NCPs as information multipliers for EIT Community opportunities | Commission calls for experts in AI and Data in education | Public Consultation on the “Pact for research & innovation in Europe”
New European Bauhaus Competition | New rules to simplify CAPs | EU to establish climate change science advisory board | Universities across Europe urge EU to remove threat of research ban on Israel, UK and Switzerland

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09/04/2021: Cybersecurity funding, Rural European Innovation Area, CAPs, data protection in health tech, health hackathon, pool patents, global taxes, and the future of green hydrogen

In today’s Morning Brief: €134 million euros for cybersecurity in 2021 and 2022 | Manifesto for a Rural European Innovation Area backed by Commissioner Gabryel | Ageing and Common Agricultural Policies | Data protections rules ‘harming EU leadership’ in health research | Webinar on patent pools | Data 4 Healthy Recovery Hackathon | Global taxes and economic growth | Deep-dive: Future of green hydrogen in Europe

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29/03/2021: Organic production, renewable hydrogen and energy systems integration, gas market, Erasmus+ adoption, EU-Brazil, IoT, DIH, organs on chip, blockchain

In today’s Morning Brief:
European Green Deal: Commission presents actions to boost organic production | MEPs advocate push for renewable hydrogen and integration of energy systems | Public consultations on the decarbonising the EU gas market | Portuguese EU Presidency vows to adopt new Erasmus+ in June | The 10th EU-Brazil Joint Steering Committee Meeting: towards an enhanced partnership in Horizon Europe | Next-Generation IoT and Edge Computing Strategy Forum | Workshops on dedicated to the call to setup the initial network of Digital Innovation Hubs | University Online Session on “Medical technology advances: nervous system-on-a-chip” | #Blockchain4EU: Blockchain for Industrial Transformations

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26/03/2021: Open Access, Erasmus+, IP, CERN for AI, Gene editing in Agriculture, Canada and the EU

In today’s Morning Brief:
Commission launches open access research publishing platform | New 7-year Erasmus+ programme: green, digital and double the money | IP and Horizon Europe | Call for a ‘CERN for AI’ as Parliament hears warnings on risk of killing the sector with over-regulation | Gene editing in agriculture | Anniversary of the signature of the Treaty of Rome | Deep Dive – Canada and the EU: a closer partnership for boosting strategic autonomy and technology sovereignty

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